"The greatest things ever done on Earth have been done little by little." William Jennings Bryan, American politician (1860-1925)
It is not possible for readers to discuss the educational papers that are uploaded in the Intsangano website. This is done in order to allow people to freely present their research, without concern that they may be criticized for their values. If anyone disagrees with the content of a paper, they are welcome to present a relevant paper with an alternative point of view. If anyone finds factual errors, it is of course important to inform the Intsangano website administrator about it, so that any flaw can be corrected. However, please be aware that some data and figures will eventually become outdated. That is statistic reality and not considered faults.
It is possible, however, to comment on the Intsangano website and its content in general. This can be done in the Intsangano blog. The comments may include feedback, ideas, opinions, suggestions for improvements, questions to possible unclear issues, pointing out contradictions, mistakes, or misunderstandings, etc. All comments and feedback are appreciated. Yet, please formulate comments in a way that is consistent with the ethics of the Intsangano website and kindly consider the following:
In the patriarchal world it has become a habit to comment in negative and rude ways towards people who hold alternative opinions. Such an approach may win the battle, but it most certainly will lose the peace. Disrespectful behavior derives from excessive masculine yang energy, which is a manifestation of imbalance. Since the Intsangano educational website is seeking yin yang balance, considerate behavior and ways of expression are expected, also when it comes to presentation of critique. It is possible to present criticism in a constructive and polite manner. That kind of balanced critique normally springs from a genuine wish to build something better, rather than a need to destroy what others have created. Moreover, critique that is presented courteously is much more likely to be a source of positive transformation. In addition, please be aware that it is easier to criticize other people's work than to contribute with a different, improved input. The ideal, of course, would be to present constructive critique and then suggest something alternative that may possibly overcome the problem observed.
The Intsangano educational website is a work in progress. It is meant to be built up over a period of time, little by little. The intention is to continuously improve and correct its content. That is why feedback, ideas, comments, and constructive critiques are important inputs – exactly like the various educative papers are essential contributions. Therefore, let us unite and make the Intsangano educational website an example of a community where it is possible to disagree, while still behaving respectfully.